Amanda Plowman’s practice has an emphasis on healthcare provider fraud. She has worked on various qui tam matters, engaging in extensive discovery, complex motion practice, and trial preparation. Amanda’s practice also includes general civil litigation, including personal injury, wrongful death and other complex matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Amanda gained valuable experience working with AmeriCorps/Justice Corps for the San Francisco Superior Court. While at AmeriCorps, she assisted pro per litigants with family law, small claims, housing and tenant disputes, and civil harassment matters. Amanda also participated in the civil judicial shadowing program. During law school, she was active in Trial Advocacy, participating in four mock trials, including the preparation and trial of a civil and a criminal matter over seven days. These experiences have honed Amanda’s critical analysis skills, legal writing, direct and cross examination skills, and ability to effectively argue a case.
- Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D., Health Law and Trial Advocacy, 2017
- San Francisco State University, B.A., Philosophy concentration in Pre-Law, 2012
- State of California
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
- U.S. Court of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit
- Assistant Editor, Journal of Regulatory Compliance, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 2016–2017
- “HIPAA Punctuality: Always Insist on It in Your Subordinates”
- “Could Apple Dive into the Medical App and Device Market Sooner Than We Think and How Will This New Technology Be Regulated?”
- Staff Editor, The Consumer Law Review, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, 2014–2015